PRO X INNER CLUTCH HUBS (125SX)
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PRO X INNER CLUTCH HUBS (125SX)

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Your Price: $47.31
Retail Price:$52.57
Your Savings:$5.26(10%)
Part Number: 18.1290
Availability: In Stock

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Application

• 125SX              1998-2005, 2010-2017
• 125EXC           1998-2005
• 125EXC           2010-2016
• 125XC-W         2017
• 150SX              2010-2015
• 200EXC           1998-2005
• 200EXC           2000-2015

Overview
Pro-X INNER CLUTCH HUBS (18.1290)

    • The inner hubs are manufactured by the leading OEM factory in Japan. The die-cast alloy parts are machined to OEM specifications and tolerance to be a direct and cost-efficient OEM replacement.

    • The inner hubs can be used in combination with other ProX clutch components like our hard-anodised clutch baskets, Inner hubs, pressure plates and our heavy-duty clutch spring kits or OEM parts. It is no problem to use the ProX inner hub with an OEM basket, plates or any other OEM part.

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